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    Patty commented  · 

    I am also not able to get the scroll bars to show anymore when I Disable New Acrobat, despite having my MacOS settings to Always show scroll bars. I recently Enabled New Acrobat to see if the scroll bar thing had been fixed (I read in another thread that it has been reported to engineers and they are working on it), but no. I'm also hating that tool menu or whatever it is on the left that sits ON TOP of my document—rather than attaching to the framework as a panel—so it covers whatever's underneath. I often use Acrobat on a half-screen so I can compare things side by side, and this is untenable. I use Acrobat all day long every day, and it's just not working for me.

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